Shoushtar Mosque is one of the historical and religious attractions of Khuzestan. The construction of the Shushtar mosque related to the early days of Islam and the 13th Abbasids caliphate caliphate during Imam Hasan Askari's time has begun.
Chaharderakht mosque on the western side of the historical square of Chaharderakht is one of the most reliable mosques in the city of Birjand.
: Qa'in Jamee Mosque is one of the works of the late Ilkhani and early Teymuori period. According to the inscription on the porch of Jame Mosque, this building was built in 1979 by the name of Amir Jamshid Qarni.
The Hinduvalan Mosque is the most magnificent historical, religious, and urban monument. The most important elements of its architecture are the entrance, the courtyard, the dome of the house, the pillar palace and the sanctuary.
Miqan Mosque is generally built in a small and small area with its architectural features including a courtyard, a dome and a nave of Stendar and the dome of the house, and yet this is a privileged work in a remote village.
Khezri Mosque is located within a kilometer of Khezri's new town. This distance could indicate an earthquake in 1347 that destroyed the city.
Aqa Gholamali Kerman Mosque This mosque is located in the city of Kermān (Tohid), one of the oldest and most ancient mosques in the city of Kerman. Aqa Gholamali Mosque was built in 1229 AH 200 years ago by a person named Aqa Gholamali.
Ganjalikhan Mosque of Kerman is located on the northeast side of Ganjali Khan field and is one of the valuable works created by this ruler of the Safavid era in Kerman. The architect of this mosque is Mohammad Memar Yazdi, whose construction of other parts of this complex is capable of He is done.
The Great Mosque of Kerman, this precious Islamic monument is located in Shariaty avenue and in the Mishtaq Square, and shines with its 700 years of age as an illusion on the palace of this great city.
Malek mosque or Imam Khomeini Mosque of Kerman is the oldest and largest mosque in Kerman, 900 years old is one of the oldest mosques in Iran. Malek mosque was built during the rule of Turan Shah Seljuq and has many nurseries.